Global Adventure Group Ltd. was started in 2010 in Hong Kong by Pawel Marczak, with the intention to share luxury adventure experiences around the world. With the new addition of 53m schooner, Zen, the team are offering guests the opportunity to explore Indonesia by yacht. With a wealth of islands to visit from Bali, the Komodo Islands and  Raja Ampat, to the surrounding South East Asia waters of Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Maldives, and the Andaman Islands, guests will be given an intimate experience that chartering a yacht offers. SuperyachtNews.com recently spoke with Marczak about what led him to create the company and what guests can hope to experience on board Zen.


Zen at sunset

"It was my idea to have a company that we could use for all of the projects we were planning at the time" Marczak begins "with yacht Zen being our first finished project. However, we are about to start new investment in the Seychelles". As the project is in its early stages (charters only beginning this month), Marczak is excited for the future possibilities. "We completed construction two months ago and will soon begin charters on board so we are anxious to see how the concept develops".


The owner's lounge

While more and more owners are flocking to the Indonesian islands, Marczak knows first hand the beauty that awaits. "With more than 18,000 islands scattered over the emerald green waters, tropical forests, volcanoes, fabulous beaches and amazing coral reefs, there is so much guests will be able to pack into their holiday". However, if you aren't involved in the industry yet, but are looking to gain better first hand experience, concepts such as Zen will help you to do so. Marczak shares that guests booking will be able to experience "a luxury yacht in Indonesia, unforgettable itineraries, professional crew, great service and take in the best that Indonesia has to offer". Zen features six guest rooms, a two level owner's master suite, captain's cabin and room for two crew members. Marczak's team collaborated with Konjo Builders and tall ship designers Zygmunt Choren for the construction.

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